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Carey Olsen strengthens corporate practice in Singapore

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Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has expanded its corporate practice in Asia, with partner Anthony McKenzie joining the Singapore team after relocating from the firm’s Cayman office.

Singapore managing partner Linda Lee says: “Since our launch last October we are seeing increasing demand for our expertise from clients, intermediaries and international law firms in Asia.
 
"Anthony's presence in Singapore builds on the significant experience that Carey Olsen has in the region and will further strengthen our relationships in Asia."
 
McKenzie’s areas of expertise include regulated and unregulated investment funds, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and listings, joint ventures, secured and unsecured finance arrangements, preference share issues and capital markets transactions.
 
McKenzie was admitted to practice in the Cayman Islands in 2007 and in the British Virgin Islands in 2014 and has been a partner with Carey Olsen since 2012.
 
Prior to joining Carey Olsen he worked with Allen & Overy in London and Australia and with Maples and Calder in Cayman.
 
McKenzie (pictured) says: "Carey Olsen has many years’ experience working with clients based in jurisdictions spanning from China to Japan, India, Hong Kong and Australia. Expanding our presence in Singapore is a natural evolution of our commitment to our clients throughout Asia.
 
"Being on the ground in Singapore, and working from here to leverage the firm’s wider offshore experience, will enable us to provide first-rate legal services from a convenient, regional base. I look forward to working side-by-side with clients in their own time zones in this vitally important part of the world."

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